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"Their [BAi] record keeping on the properties, the labels and the products you need out there—always the best. I would recommend this product to anybody out there. I've got 19 years of experience in this industry and have been using their product for a very long time, and couldn't be happier with it."
An unexpected benefit of the system was that traffic flow through the community was reduced by 50%. The homeowners had not been aware of how often people other than residents were coming in.
“There is only one way in and out and that is through the guardhouse checkpoint,” says Lt. Myron Pyrmak, the security director at the guardhouse. “The reader frees up the guards so they can check visitor and delivery IDs and assign day passes. The unit operates day and night, in hot or cold, without failing.”Read full case study
"We felt that [it] was a technology we wanted to use," said Dan Gorden, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Hawthorne at Leesburg. "It has paid off. Residents are very satisfied with the system, as it is not only efficient, but also convenient and cost-effective for both residents and staff."Read full case study.
"I'm a huge fan of the Barcode Automation readers. They are very easy to install and work right from the start. We're able to wire them right into our existing controllers and be up and running quickly. Every community that we currently have them installed at is working perfectly."
"We like the barcode system because it restricts who comes and goes through that entrance. We don't want vendors, delivery people, golf club members, visitors or even any residents not in that group of 634 to use this entrance. All of those people must go through the manned front gate. We also like that we can easily deactivate a barcode if a homeowner moves out of our community."Read full case study.
After the presentation, half of the Board was sold on the cost savings, half still held out. In the end, Cunningham said the cost savings could not be ignored. Two units were delivered and installed in 1999. Some 2,200 barcode decals have also been distributed to club members and families since then. The bottom line was that the cut-through traffic problem was solved.Read full case study.
While security was not an issue at WNJ, a cost-effective, reliable system that worked without skipping a beat was important. Since installation, Lisa Widner, security supervisor at WNJ reports the BA-200 operates flawlessly. "It keeps the doctors' lot private and it is low maintenance."Read full case study.